Dustin Lynch is a busy man these days, to say the least. From headlining his own tour, the Hell of a Night Tour, to opening for top acts including Luke Bryan and Chris Young, Lynch is now looking ahead to new music -- and he's hoping to bring his all-star friends with him.

The "Seein' Red" singer had the chance to co-write with Bryan while out on the road and has a strong desire for him to appear on his upcoming record. “I got to write a few with Luke, I don’t know if they’ll make the album yet or not," Lynch tells the Boot. "I would love to have a song with Luke singing on it; that’s a goal of mine, so we’ll see what happens … Fingers crossed we’ll make it happen.”

Lynch has nothing but high praise for the "Move" hit maker, calling his time on tour with the superstar "life-changing," adding that the experience serves as preparation for his new music, with the album release date still pending.

The fast-rising star is also hoping to collaborate with tourmate Young. “I don’t have anything in stone yet, but I would love to do a duet,” Lynch says. “I haven’t done one yet...If the combo’s right, and we can find the right song — I don’t want to force it.”

Lynch has garnered three No. 1 singles off his second studio album, Where It's At, with the title track serving as his first song to top the charts, and the second and third singles, "Hell of a Night" and "Mind Reader," following suit.  While working on his forthcoming third studio album, Lynch will join Florida Georgia Line on their extended Dig Your Roots Tour, which kicks off its winter leg in January and continues through 2017.

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